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million muslims living in this country want it known they are patriotic americans. seth doane traveled to tennessee to get reaction from one muslim family. >> i pledge allegiance to the flag... >> reporter: every morning at his murfreesboro, tennessee, middle school... >> one nation under god... >> reporter: ... 14-year-old salim sbenaty honors his country. but today while he was taking his english exam, lawmakers on capitol hill were examining extremists within his religion, islam. >> we're not some crazy radical... we're regular people. we're like the average joes. >> reporter: the sbenaty family is getting tired of defending their religion. these hearings on capitol hill aren't targeting you, your family, really, are they? >> well, in a sense they are. you know, they're associating the religion with terrorism. >> the mosque itself and the place of worship is labeled as radical, then if i go there, i'm going to be radical as well. >> reporter: there are about 250 muslim families in this town of about 100,000 people. they say they've lived here in peace for decades until last year whe
at the pump is having a huge effect on businesses, especially small ones. seth doane has the story of one companies that's literal leigh been moving in the right direction but is now dealing with a bump in the road. >> reporter: the phones are finally ringing again at oz moving and storage. the company hung on through two years in a housing slump when few people were moving. with the economy showing signs of life, general manager nancy zifrani is crossing her fingers. >> my confidence meter is up. it feels like things are back on track or getting back on track. >> reporter: but now gasoline prices are up too. gas is highest in california where the average is $3.88 a gallon. in new york, it's $3.69. oz 3406-- moving operates in both states. >> our business runs on gas, every mile counts. >> reporter: for oz with its 50 trucks, price shocks have immediate impact. every dollar increase in the price of gas adds 20% to its operating cost. and ther's already squeezed by higher prices. from heating oil up 36% since october to paper used in cardboard boxes, up 15% since last year. like many small
's called seth's law in memory of seth walsh, a 13-year- old gay student from tehachapi who killed himself in september. >>> california teachers are watching their mailboxes today for pink slips. hundreds of teachers in the bay area are being notified they might not have jobs next school year. today is the legal deadline for making those tentative notifications. the final deadlines to tell teachers their jobs are cut is may 15. by then, school districts will know whether there will be a special election to extend taxes that governor brown says are needed to avoid education cuts. >>> with gas prices at $4 a gallon, more people are taking mass transit especially those are long commutes. the "mercury news" reports that ridership on the ace train from stockton to san jose is up 11%. capitol corridor up 13 persons. bart, caltrans, vta and golden gate transit up 5% or more. >>> the governor's office is banking on a new solution to balance the state's $26 billion budget deficit. meet governor brown's corgie. some of the items for sale with his image might take the bite out of the deficit. dog lov
. we're like forget florida, we're going on a safari. so we're on the serengeti, and seth finds a really big bone. we're talking huge. they dig it up, put it in the natural history museum and we get to name it. sethasauraus. really. your points from chase sapphire preferred are worth 25% more on travel? means better vacations. that's incredible. believe it...with chase sapphire preferred your points are worth 25% more on travel when booked through ultimate rewards. on our car insurance. great! at progressive, you can compare rates side by side, so you get the same coverage, often for less. wow! that is huge! [ disco playing ] and this is to remind you that you could save hundreds! yeah, that'll certainly stick with me. we'll take it. go, big money! i mean, go. it's your break, honey. same coverage, more savings. now, that's progressive. call or click today. >>> on wall street, oil prices have been the driving force lately. today, a bit of relief. a new cnn money survey says all of the volatility we have been seeing will subside. alison kosik is at the you know, to explain it all
lived and worked in stun seth and richmond district in the 40 years since then. a graduate of the university of san francisco, she spent her time living and owning a small business. there are so many things that she's done there, really being able to revitalize that coroner the district. but she's very innovative in her work. she's pioneered something called a drive-through shopping program, where shoppers phone in their orders and under 30 minutes can come pick up their merchandise. if anybody's in a bind go, to the hardware store. despite owning a small business -- and i understand how difficult it is to have a small business, she's continued to give generously. she's donated and really provided for charities and many of the schools for 100 different events in the district and the city. she's been part of our local merchant association bringing together the first christmas light program that we had on irving street and helping to get district four, irving street on the map. so for all of your contributions being a business owner, helping to contribute to the community, ma
what is going on in japan. >> seth risinger plays baseball in japan. he is from mclean, virginia. >> i appreciate you joining us this morning. >> good morning. >> how far are you from where this all happened and what it is like in the area where you are? >> well, right now, i'm in central tokyo, a place called tokyo midtown. i believe the earthquake happened be twoy about 350 miles way or kilometers away -- happened about 350 miles away or kilometers away. i have the same news that you guys have. i'm watching on tv. but when i look out my window and stuff, everything is pretty much come to a stand still in tokyo. people are just kind of walking home and all the phone lines are down, land lines and cell phones as well. so they're just trying to deal with that here. i think the real disaster took place up north with the tsunami. >> seth, are you able -- were you able to feel the earthquake where you were? because it was very powerful. >> yeah. i'm actually still cleaning up my apartment as we speak. i was in my apartment for the first and original large earthquake, the 8.9. then i made i
town, shop owner seth jordan is waiting to visit family. other relatives told him she's okay. >> she was due back on sunday. we don't know. i was going to call the airlines and ask. we'll here -- probably this afternoon i'll make a call home. jordan's 14-year-old daughter emma stayed home from school. she said it just didn't feel right to go. >> if anything did happen, like my family, i just didn't want to be at school. >> emma has spent every summer of her life. watching the images of devastation was upsetting to her. she's worried about her mom despite assurances she's okay. heather ishimaru, abc 7 news. >> coming up next, a group of firemen from japan are here in the bay area learning how to rescue people during a earthquake but how to get home and when. >> closed captioning brought to you by mancini sleepworld. >> we have developing news in new york where 15 people died when their tour bus crashed into a sign post in the bronx. the sign post sheared off the top of the worldwide tour bus along the window line about two-thirds of its length. it overturned on the new england through
for another year. with seth's grandparents in ohio their saving grace has been skype. >> you want mommy and dad toe play, okay. >> reporter: 2 years old and whatever comes along with that. sometimes he doesn't want to come along. they can see him, watch him play. things they would never be able to do before. >> technology has been so amazing. >> reporter: what's on your shirt, budy? >> they are lucky to be on a base with fast internet service. >> we know that a lot of families don't get that same -- excuse me, i just feel sorry for those that don't get that pleasure, you know. >> reporter: in 2001 the military divorce rate was lower than the national average. after ten years of deployments it's higher. counselors have even used skype for marital counseling during deployments. >> it can be a double-edged sword. >> reporter: kelly is an advocate for military families and also a sailor's wife who said her husband in iraq got frustrated when their daughter avoided skype. >> why doesn't she want to talk with me and we found out her way of coping with the deployment is out of sight, out of mi
at least, the arguments. we're joined by andrew smiley and seth baronswag who is a business and employment law attorney. seth, the record reflects, unfortunately, some anecdotal or individual acts of gender discrimination, but that's not enough, as you know. there has to be some systemic scrippation to support a class action. of it's what's called commonality of claims. where does that exist here? >> well, the problem is that it does not exist in this case. nobody disagrees with the point that discrimination in the workplace is horrible and intolerable. we all agree on that. can question is, in this case did these six plaintiffs adequately and commonly represent roughly a million workers in 3,500 locations throughout the united states that have undergone discrimination under the last several years through over 170 job classifications? unfortunately, i don't believe that it does. i think the supreme court will reach that conclusion. it doesn't mean that the case can't move forward, that they're not victims, it just has to be positioned properly, and that's the way it has to move forward in
the abuse and endangers other children. "new york times" wrote about it today in a column. that's r. seth williams. he joins us now. mr. district attorney, it's an honor to have you on the program. i think you're doing god's work in a strange, strange environment. >> thank you, chris. >> that's priests -- i have never seen it detailed what they do. i have never felt the word "molest" told us enough. i want to read part of the column today, and i want you to give us some legal information about the crimes involved as you see it, facing the grand jury report. the philadelphia grand jury report is especially sordid, this is the column, it tells the story of a fifth grade altar boç at st. jerome's, father engle hard, plied him with sacramental wine and pulled pornographic magazines out of the bag from behind the altar and told the child it was time to become a man. a week later, the report states that he instructed him to take off his clothes and perform oral sex on him. we can imagine that scene. then the priest toldle the boy he was dismissed. after that billy was in effect passed around t
a lion. with deadly storms and devastating floods hitting the midwest, cbs news correspondent seth doane is in hard-hit findlay, ohio, for us this morning. seth, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, chris. yes, neighborhoods here in findlay that were once along the river now appear to be more in the river. for instance, no one will be driving 25 miles per hour on this street today. residents told us as they stood in their front windows and watched the water levels rise, tensions rose, too. how high did the water get? >> it got up to those rocks down there. >> so right in front of your house? >> yes. >> reporter: this family hauled their belongings to higher ground, just one of thousands battling the floodwaters. >> this is water from the river coming right through your basement. >> yep. the pumps are able to keep up with it now. it's not as high as it was. >> this is just a fact of life for you folks? >> it seems to be in the last four or five years. >> reporter: home is the floodprone town of findlay, ohio. it's hard hit after a violent storm put dropped warm rain on a thick snow pa
could never get over that hump. seth curry with the ultimate dagger. duke pulls away late knocking off maryland late. maryland onto the n.i.t. morgan state much more success in the miac tournament. morgan a winner on friday. kevin thompson 2 -- 22 points. morgan state vs. hampton later today at 2:00. that's a look at sports. i'm pete gilbert. i'll see you back here tonight at 6:00. >> all right. john, how are you doing? >> you can't point at the ball tomorrow, i'll come help you. >> i can't complain. 59 today, 55 tomorrow. it looks like dry weather. monday looks ok, too. by tuesday, especially wednesday, we might pick up rain. early in the morning, there might be snow flakes. by the end of the week, we'll be 60's. just a reminder, daylight savings time starts tomorrow morning at 2:00 a.m. at this time it will really be 3 .5 minutes before 6:00, won't it? >> at this time. >> related to the sun. >> it really would be. you're right. >> are you totally confused? why yes. >> spring ahead. >> spring ahead. >> i'll change the clocks. >> see you soon. >> drivers that read and text behind the
. it is in memory of seth walsh, he is a 13-year-old gay student who killed himself in september. >>> with gasoline prices at 4 bucks a gallon more people are taking mass transit. especially those with long commutes, ridership on the ace train from stockton to san jose is up 11% this year. the capital corridor is up 13%. b.a.r.t., cal train, san trans, bta and golden gate transit are all up about 5% or more. >>> coming up the state faces a 26 billion-dollar deficit. now a top dog to the rescue. how the governor's pet core agree may help balance the budget. >>> and what does it take to save one tree in the bay area? the three-month saga that is not even close to being over. >> just when you thought it was safe to put that umbrella away more rain in the bay area forecast. when you will hear those raindrops as "eyewitness news" continues right here on cbs5. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, to balance the state's 26-billion dollar budget deficit. >>> the governor's office banking on a new solution to balance the state's $26 billion budget deficit. meet governor brown's correspondence gee, sutter. he is on t-shirts
. maryland 12 minutes to go. just couldn't get over that hump. seth curry with the ultimate dagger. tough foul. maryland -- duke knocks out maryland 87-71. morgan a winner on friday. testify thompson, 22 points, seven rebounds. morgan state. that's a look at sports. i'm pete gilbert. i'll see you back here tonight at 6:00. >> 5:56. >> coming up, more on the disaster in japan following the earthquake and tsunami as the death toll continues to rise. >> people that live in the town of port deposit are bracing for heavy floods. i'll explain why coming up. >> no additional rain on the susquehanna. we'll have details on the forecast coming up. >> the national safety council says that 98% of accidents involve talking on the phone or texting. 80% of teens drive while distracted, studies show. 80%. it was that that caused us to partner with the maryland state department of education and the maryland state highway safety foundation to launch the 3-d don't drive while distracted. christian greer of calvert hall is the winner of our 3-d video contest. you will see his public service announcement on o
from 19 points, warriors wake up into the second quarter, seth curry, a 20-6 burst. warriors go from down 12 to up 11. the script says monty went microwave. there is a pretty move and making it rain had a career high sixty-threes and 20 of the 24 coming into the second half. warriors up 76-61 to the 4th. and there is warriors winning their second win on this road trip 95-85, the final. and there is dallas braiden rooming with giants closer brian wilson during spring training. mike shum onwith more on the a's, mr. perfect. >> he's got it. he did it. and there is he's moved past that, looking forward to bringing leadership to the staff in 2011. >> there is if i'm comfortable enough for them to talk to me, they know that is high praise from them to be there. i welcome it. >> dallas is our leader so we look up to him. and follow behind them. >> dallas is 11-14 and claims health is his first priority and improving his game. >> this is to continue to evolve. the game catches up to you. it's up to you to evolve around the game. >> dallas is rooming with giants closer brian wilson during spr
in bullying legislation called seth's law foresight l zest walsh, he was reportedly taunted for being gay. the legislation introduced would require districts to have anti-harassment that includes bullying based on perceived or actual sexual orientation. a survey of transgender teams found 84% of those students surveyed said they were harassed at school. 61% said they were unsafe at school and 12% said they had been physically assaulted at school in the past year. >>> in news of the world tonight, in libya both rebels and forces loyal to mo ma'am qaddafi claiming control of a key oil port. the government troops seem capable of driving out rebels with their superior firepower but they can't hold territory because their supply lines are weak. since last week the rebels have lost ground but are pledging they will not give up until qaddafi is gone. in the persian gulf nation of bahrain, troops from neighboring saudi arabia arrived today to help prop up the monarchy and possibly help put down ongoing protest, demonstrators were in the streets again today. they are demanding dakiri forms. the sh
on travel. we're like forget florida, we're going on a safari. so we're on the serengeti, and seth finds a really big bone. we're talking huge. they dig it up, put it in the natural history museum and we get to name it. sethasauraus. really. your points from chase sapphire preferred are worth 25% more on travel? means better vacations. that's incredible. believe it...with chase sapphire preferred your points are worth 25% more on travel when booked through ultimate rewards. [ crashing sounds ] >>> japan's prime minister has declared a nuclear emergency. has extended the evacuation order to anybody living within ten kilometers of the reactor. his trade minister admitted that a radiation leak might occur, at the fukushima power plant and his chief cabinet minister had this to say -- >> translator: one of the nuclear reactors cannot cool down. therefore, if the reactors remains at high temperature, we are bracing for the worst scenario. and we are instructing nearby residents to evacuate. >> so has the countdown to destruction, has it begun? joining me is richard lester, head of the departm
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're on the serengeti, and seth finds a really big bone. we're talking huge. they dig it up, put it in the natural history museum and we get to name it. sethasauraus. really. your points from chase sapphire preferred are worth 25% more on travel? means better vacations. that's incredible. believe it...with chase sapphire preferred your points are worth 25% more on travel when booked through ultimate rewards. [ female announcer ] if you get caught by surprise, always leakguard protection adjusts to sudden changes in flow. no other ultra absorbs faster. so relax, we got you covered. have a happy period. always. ♪ four decadent flavors. 60 calories. it's me o'clock -- time for jell-o. >>> japan has an early warning system in place to alert citizens to earthquakes, but despite all of the resources it pours into the technology it's still only able to send out a warning seconds before a disaster might strike. daniel seaburg is a science and technology expert. we welcome you this morning. thanks for joining us. >> good morning. >> those seconds can be helpful. but when are we able to expect scientists
francisco assemblyman tom amiyano introduced bullying in bullying legislation called seth's law foresight l zest walsh, he was reportedly taunted for being gay. the legislation introduced would require districts to have anti-harassment that includes bullying based on perceived or actual sexual orientation. a survey of transgender teams found 84% of those students surveyed said they were harassed at school. 61% said they were unsafe at school and 12% said they had been physically assaulted at school in the past year. >>> in news of the world tonight, in libya both rebels and forces loyal to mo ma'am qaddafi claiming control of a key oil port. the government troops seem capable of driving out rebels with their superior firepower but they can't hold territory because their supply lines are weak. since last week the rebels have lost ground but are pledging they will not give up until qaddafi is gone. in the persian gulf nation of bahrain, troops from neighboring saudi arabia arrived today to help prop up the monarchy and possibly help put down ongoing protest, demonstrators were in the streets
correspondent seth doane is here with the story of the search for three missing american teachers in japan. seth, good morning to you. >> good morning, rebecca. more than 10,000 people are still missing in japan. while the search and recovery goes on there, here at home, there are new stories emerging by the hour. of hope, anxiousness, and answered prayers. >> we urge all those here today to turn their thoughts to those in japan. >> reporter: hope that more survivors will be rescued has not flickered. even nearly 7,000 miles away, at this candlelight vigil in new york city last night. >> let us take some time to meditate. >> reporter: across the country, vigils continue in different forms. like in the kitchen of the anderson home, in midlothian, virginia. 24-year-old taylor anderson was teaching with the janine exchange and teaching program, in one of the hardest-hit areas. >> it stumps us why they just can't get to that area. it's just -- >> reporter: on friday the family received news they didn't want to hear. they say rescuers stopped searching for her. >> now the japanese government is switc
the director may have been shown the door. cbs news correspondent seth doane is in times square this morning with the very latest. seth, good morning. >> good morning, erica. that's right. opening night has changed so many times for "spider-man," that even the show's representatives are referring to it as hopening night. and the show's critics are calling it nopening night. it's a spectacle unlike anything broadway has seen before. "spider-man: turn off the dark," with its high-flying acrobatics and its record $65 million budget, is now posing a very expensive question. when will it open? the management insists that's still march 15th. >> the critics have not received their invites yet, meaning something is up. the show is not opening on march 15th. >> reporter: frank reports on broadway and his sources back up a story in "the new york times" that says the opening will be dlied by three months. >> it's going to open in june. and also, there's been talk about possibly closing the show for a little bit to tweak the show. >> reporter: on "the early show" last week, even lead actor reed carney s
, and seth finds a really big bone. we're talking huge. they dig it up, put it in the natural history museum and we get to name it. sethasauraus. really. your points from chase sapphire preferred are worth 25% more on travel? means better vacations. that's incredible. believe it...with chase sapphire preferred your points are worth 25% more on travel when booked through ultimate rewards. >>> welcome back. if you're just joining us, we're 15 minutes till the top of the hour. we're following the latest on this 8.9 magnitude earthquake that hit in tokyo. it struck a little before 3:00 p.m. local time. that was just before 1:00 a.m. eastern time here in new york. the epicenter was in the sea, located about 230 miles from tokyo, and this quake rattled homes and businesses, caused many to collapse. cars toppled off of bridges. and right now millions of people are without power. they say power was cut to some 4 million homes in and around tokyo. the bullet trains north of the country stopped. they also had major problems with landslides, people being buried in the aftermath of that. right now the c
with opposition leaders. clinton is saturday seth to land in cairo he this hour. andrea mitchell traveling with her it is tuesday, march 15th, the ides of march. savannah is on assignment. the japan crisis weighs on the world market that at the opening bell. and saudi forces have entered bahrain there is a budget vote on capitol hill there is a fight on the right over sarah palin and general david petraeus testifies on afghanistan. that's all happening today. let's get to the run down but begin with japan and the nuclear crisis there a third explosion in four days at the fukushima plant in the northeastern part of the plant. it has now forced most of the 800 plant workers to evacuate. it was tuesday morning when eactor number two at the plant explode and a fire broke now the reactor four that fire has apparently been contained. radiation levels spiked after that, elevated levels were detected as far away as tokyo. over 200,000 people in the area have been evacuated or if they have not, they have been told to stay indoors and shut off ventilation, if. they the death toll is also climbing. a
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100% of the time. yes? >> so, seth, i think the book is well done. >> thank you. >> have you considered a career of an epidemiologist? [laughter] i'm impressed on how you blended your understanding of science process but also journalism. >> right. >> one question somewhere in the book, i can't remember where, you brought the issue of having science processed in the public. >> right. >> so that as people are debating whether transfats are good or bad, a study comes out this way, that way, and eventually we settle the issue. >> right. >> we do that in the public. you commented that why don't scientists do this behind closed doors, and then when they have the answer, tell us? >> i mean, well, right. i mean, you know, one easy answer to that is because you never come up with the answer. i mean, you know, newton was right until he wasn't, until einstein showed that he wasn't right. you know, we come up with hopefully a series of increasingly better answers and more refined answers, but science is really about, and this is something i talk about in my book, science is really about
seconds left? >> the gentleman has 19 seconds left. >> do you want 19 seth -- seconds jeff? >> i would like to just for the record talk about their rig count real quickly, the rigs that are out there that are claiming in the gulf of mexico, those rigs may not be drilling. is that correct? so it doesn't do us any good to to -- drilling. >> correct. rigs could certainly be there not drilling. i can speak to the longer-term issue of how fast it could recover. >> the time of the gentleman has expired and there is a desire for second round so i will certainly recognize the gentleman. the gentleman from utah's time has expired. there is a desire for second round. i have one question of mr. holt and then finish up with mr. landry. dr. foss, there have been records that have been -- between that price differential of the world crude in the west texas and the suggestion is because this has been the rise or the impact of north dakota. and i understand that new production probably would have an impact on the world prices but is this difference in price an indication that more domestic production
and then wright for three. warriors by nine. excuse me, i'll take that. seth curry will step it out and jam! monty to end the quarter. season high 45 points in the quarter for golden state. curry for more. this is out of control. they had 84 points at the half and the final warriors cruise 138-100. high school hoops. mike montgomery taking in the state's title game between archbishop and summit. eric gordon just a beast. slapping the backboard. got a feed for that. who cares? he had 17 points, 21 rebounds. 18 seconds. up one and summit blows away the inbounds pass resulting in a middy layup. they go up three and the final shot for the tie by summit is no good. middy captures the division two state title, 53-50. that's a wrap on morning sports. mike schuman will be here with all the hoops highlights including stanford and unc in the women's round in that tournament game today. have a great weekend, everybody. i'm larry beil. >> next at 6:30, out earthquake in japan is putting the squeeze on the bay area economy. >> these guys don't start moving and moving fast, i'm prepared to pull the plug. >> f
before they're sethe tc sh l ou'l yt owha wdidn't happen. ha >>> tonight at 11:00, our coverage from japan continues. it's impossible to say when people will be able to rebuild homes and lives but five days later some are just seeing the wreckage for the first time. tonight at 11:00, we return with one family to their home. the first time since the tsunami hit. >>> and finally now the official countdown to the 2012 olympics has stopped. just as fast as it started. the clock actually stopped. that big clock in tra fall garr square in london unfailed yesterday 500 days before the official start of the days and it got stuck. so they flew in the officials from omega, the timekeepers, who were very embarrassed, but they repaired the clock and everything is functioning again. everyone a little red in the face, and so the official start of the olympics will still begin in 500 days or something of the sorts. >> let's hope it's not an omen of some sorts. >> yes. >> thanks for joining us at 6:00. we'll see you back here at 11:00. >>> it's no surprise that political revolts in the midwest has s
night duke and north carolina played for the acc regular-season title. here's seth curry for duke. second half, the tarheels pull away. kendall marshall spins and scores. the freshman marshall had 15. later, check out the hustle by another freshman. dawns will miss the shot. no problem. he grabs his own rebound, and does this. barns with 18, capturing the regular-season title and the top seed in the acc tournament. that's a look at sports. i'm greg toland, hope you have a good sunday. >> advancing after winning the county spelling bee last month. kim dacey has her story. >> eighth grader emily durrell is the top speller in anne arundel county. she won the county spelling bee last month. >> i was in shock. >> she came in second place last year, and this year she took home the trophy after hours of working with her language arts teacher. mrs. kapler has coached students for years preparing them for the county spelling bee. >> i like to help kids be successful. >> she said emily is one of her brightest students yet. emily moves onto the national spelling bee in washington, d.c. and m
destructive. >> let's check in right now, we have seth borat on the phone. he is a witness to what's going on. can you hear us? >> yeah. >> what's going on there? we're watching the boats be sucked out of the harbor. >> right now as i'm speaking, the water is surging back in and going in and out, right now it's breathing back in. we have a random boat floating around but multiple boats that have actually sunk. a couple of them are upside down. >> were you there when this happened? i'm hoping if you were there, if you can describe how it is that an upright boat got upside down and turned over and capsized. >> apparently, very close together and the way things are moving around, apparently they are crashing into oech other and large pieces of debris are washing through. there's a large dredging pipe that is going back and forth across the mouth of the harbor. that might be part of what's knocking these guys over. >> where are you right now? what's your vantage point? >> right at the harbor there's a road that crosses over and i'm on the inland side. boats are sunk on both sides. >> we saw a lot
upon a alien on the way named paul, played by seth roggin. >> what's your name? >> paul. >> what's his name? >> writer. >> i'm paul. >> kidnap a girl on the way played by christie wiig, pursued by jason bateman and a very esteemed hollywood actress. and bill and joe also in pursuit. it's a rip-roaring comedy adventure. >> do you agree with that assessment? absolutely. i just laughed he would call it rupp-roaring. i'm not sure feat for us to decide. >> its for everybody else. i always go with a recorder to see if anybody it rip-roaring. i don't know what a rip-roaring laugh sound like. do you want to do it? >> starts small and gets big. you chuckle and descend into a massive gafaw. >> i'm going to try one. >> whoa. >> i think at that point your heart explodes. >> are you going to probe us? >> why does everyone assume that. what am i doing, harvesting farts? >> paul can't -- as far as he's concerned they've never done that. it seems an odd thing to do. they don't have -- >> they take blood. everyone does. >> if they have to. but, yeah, we just had this -- we had this idea straight from t
on a safari. so we're on the serengeti, and seth finds a really big bone. we're talking huge. they dig it up, put it in the natural history museum and we get to name it. sethasauraus. really. your points from chase sapphire preferred are worth 25% more on travel? means better vacations. that's incredible. believe it...with chase sapphire preferred your points are worth 25% more on travel when booked through ultimate rewards. that's how it is with alzheimer's disease. she needs help from me. and her medication. the exelon patch -- it releases medication continuously for twenty-four hours. she uses one exelon patch daily for the treatment of mild to moderate alzheimer's symptoms. [ female announcer ] it cannot change the course of the disease. hospitalization and rarely death have been reported in patients who wore more than one patch at a time. the most common side effects of exelon patch are nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. the likelihood and severity of these side effects may increase as the dose increases. patients may experience loss of appetite or weight. patients who weigh less than 110
in to continue working on seth up the cooling system. but again, i underline this new development today in reactor number two, the big challenge will be if there's a leak if there's a crack in the containment vessel, then that water is going to keep on coming out. so that's the big thing is we look at the week ahead. >> okay. so i hesitate to bring this up, but i'm going to because over the weekend, trace amounts of radiation linked to the japanese plant were found in massachusetts rainwater. i wouldn't think it could travel that for but should anybody be worried about this? >> carol, i'm glad you are asking this question. and i live in massachusetts. and the question is a flat 100% no. people should not be worrying about this. these are trace amounts. they have no -- will have no impact on human health in the u.s. we get radiation every day anyway from other sources. and not all radiation is created equal. it depends on the type of radiation it is. how long you are exposed to it. a lot of different factors. so just because you read radiation in the europe newspap thr on tv, you should
think what he tried to do, but what do you think he did? >> he should sit down or be seth robles stunt double. you don't do nirvana and kurt cobain and he was it. we know casey is talented, however. >> i had a different perspective. i liked the way he did it. i think he still needs to get his hair cut. but he is scary looking but to do it -- it was -- to do nirvana, smells like teen spirit, that is a hit. >> but the arrangement for him didn't match. i'm not used to it. >> i'm going to say it again, you have to mix the band properly within -- so that you get the context of the vocals. so the vocals are stepping out in front and there is nothing at the fort. and that was scary. >> and that's when my kids were like, what is happening? >> very twilight. >> yes, very thrillerrish. >> i want to say. that jacob, went outside of his box and tried to do something different and he did heart. you're smiling already. i'm going to start with you, marcus, but let's hear him last night. think thought it was smart that he did this. [ singing ] >> he nailed it too. >> and marcus, what do you think? >>
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